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Enoteca Regionale Emilia-Romagna

Enoteca Regionale Emilia-Romagna

Enoteca Regionale Emilia-Romagna è un'associazione che opera dal 1970 per la promozione e valorizzazione del patrimonio vinicolo regionale. Tale finalità è stata riconosciuta nel 1978 dalla Regione Emilia Romagna che, con un'apposita legge, definì Enoteca Regionale Emilia Romagna "lo strumento più idoneo per promuovere il vino regionale in Italia e all'Estero".

L'associazione conta oggi oltre 200 membri tra produttori di vino, aceto balsamico e distillati, enti pubblici, consorzi di tutela e valorizzazione, associazioni rappresentative dei sommelier della regione. Importanti passi avanti sono stati fatti proprio nel cercare di tenere sempre più vicini i vini alla cultura ed alle tradizioni del territorio, attraverso una forte collaborazione con i diversi Consorzi di tutela dei prodotti tipici della regione. A questo scopo l’Enoteca promuove e partecipa a diverse attività sinergiche che enfatizzano l’abbinamento dei vini emiliano-romagnoli alle altre eccellenze gastronomiche dell’Emilia-Romagna.

L'Enoteca Regionale ha sede all'interno della Rocca Sforzesca di Dozza, un borgo collinare posto proprio al "confine" tra l'Emilia e la Romagna, noto per i dipinti sulle pareti esterne delle case, realizzati da artisti di fama internazionale nel corso di un quarantennio di Biennale Muro Dipinto.
L’Enoteca Regionale Emilia Romagna attiva diverse iniziative sul territorio nazionale e internazionale, con lo scopo di elevare l’immagine e la qualità del vino emiliano-romagnolo.

Per garantirsi una costante presenza sul mercato, le principali fiere specializzate, italiane ed estere, per l’Enoteca Regionale Emilia-Romagna sono ormai appuntamenti immancabili.
A diffondere la presenza dei vini emiliano-romagnoli sulle tavole degli italiani sono gli stretti rapporti di collaborazione allacciati dall’Enoteca con associazioni di categoria, enoteche, ristoranti, winebar e negozi di gastronomia.

Importanti passi avanti sono stati fatti proprio nel cercare di tenere sempre più vicini i vini alla cultura ed alle tradizioni del territorio, attraverso una forte collaborazione con i diversi Consorzi di tutela dei prodotti tipici della regione. A questo scopo l’Enoteca promuove e partecipa a diverse attività sinergiche che enfatizzano l’abbinamento dei vini emiliano-romagnoli alle altre eccellenze gastronomiche dell’Emilia-Romagna.

EOS Samos

EOS Samos

The Samos Wine Cooperative (EOS Samos) is one of the oldest cooperatives in Greece since it was founded in 1934. Today, 2.200 wine-growing families are involved in its co-operative scheme. The aim is to concentrate, vinificate and market the entire production of its wine-growers, representing almost all of the island's production. Samian wine, especially sweet, is one of Greece's leading wine ambassadors abroad, with exports to countries like France and 27 other countries.

Samian wine

The Samian wine, with its centuries-old historical route that dates back to antiquity, represents for years the qualities of the geophysical and climatic relief of the island, manual labor and traditional winemaking. It has earned a prominent place in the hearts of wine lovers as it is a timeless quality product that is produced with great effort and passion on the slopes of the Samos Mountains.

The wines of EOS Samos are unique in their taste and quality, as they gather special tastes. They are produced from the homonymous grape of the famous variety "White Moschato of Samos", cultivated in traditional "dry stone" terraces (terraces) up to the height of 900 meters and with controlled low yield per hectare.

The sweet wines of EOS Samos have a rich and balanced scent. It is expressed in a specific, complex aromatic image, which is composed of many aromatic features. Fruit and flowers dominate them, and in particular, fresh grapes, orange blossoms and rose petals. However, above all, they express the primary aromas of the grape, with a quality, sweet aftertaste. They are also an excellent choice for completing a meal. Their aromatic richness blends delightfully with desserts, fruit and strong cheeses, completing a unique meal or offering individual moments of sweet enjoyment.

It is worth noting that the first award of the Samian wines was chronologically in 1937, and that every year they are increasingly being added to the long series of international honors and distinctions.

EAS Naxos

EAS Naxos

The Association of Agricultural Cooperatives of Naxos was founded in 1926 by a very small number of first-rate Agricultural Cooperatives for serving their members and cheese production of small quantities of milk.

In 2014 the EAS Naxos was transformed into an Agricultural Partnership - Société Anonyme, based on 12 primary agricultural cooperatives, which are also the shareholders of the Company. Currently, the EAS Naxos employs 135 permanent employees and approximately 40 seasonal employees, and is run by a five-member 5-year Board of Directors, which took over its administration on January 1, 2015. In addition, it has a large distribution and supply network for its products in Naxos and the surrounding islands Cyclades, Paros, Santorini and Mykonos.

Today, EAS Naxos has become a driving force and a lever of growth for the rural world of Naxos but also for the economy of the island as a whole, always maintaining its attachment to quality and traditional values ​​and operating seamlessly in order to serve its member cooperatives.

The Association of Agricultural Cooperatives of Naxos with its leading product the traditional Graviera Naxos PDO. (Protected Designation of Origin), was founded in 1926 and since then has played a leading role in the development of agricultural production and the economy of our country through its operation and its varied action and always through the Cooperative Idea, in practice and in many ways, the farmer.